The English soccer player is speaking out amid responses to an incident involving racist chants during Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier match between his team and Bulgaria.
A Euro 2020 soccer tournament qualification game between England and Bulgaria was nearly cancelled Monday after a segment of Bulgarian fans continually chanted racist abuse towards black England players.
Archaeologists believe that the arrow was either the cause of death or was placed there afterward symbolically.
Krasimir Karakachanov, Bulgaria's defense minister, wants to use military means to protect the EU's external borders.
Center-right party narrowly defeats the Socialist Party, which advocated closer ties to Russia.
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO was reacting to Russian reinforcements in the region but did not want a new Cold War.
The president made comments about refugees after the European Parliament voted to stop talks on Turkey's EU accession.
The country's outgoing defense minister said he hopes his successor will continue the policy.
Socialists candidate Rumen Radev won Sunday's presidential election by a wide margin.
A win for Radev could prompt new snap parliamentary elections.
The alliance has already agreed on a reinforcement in the Baltic region.
The mayor says he is tired of people calling Pazardzhik "the city of burqas."
The Bulgarian government has also cracked down on refugee traffic.
Every year on January 6, men from towns and villages across the country gather by the nearest lake, stream or sea and prepare to mark Bogojavlenie
The plane made a diversion to Burgas airport after a passenger reported explosives on board.
Afghan, Syrian and Iraqi refugees list abuse in new survey funded by Oxfam.
The defence minister says it's "hard to predict where the refugee wave will head."